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for help. >> really, everything that they've asked for. we said anything you need, just call us. >> reporter: our county was one of those that sent aid. condition you will man said it only -- jerry ulm dodge chrysler -- kent ulman. >> get to garrett county. >> maryland didn't just send crews, the state was uniquely prepared to send crows to new jersey as well. >> the governor wanted to make sure that our citizens were safe but it was important to make shower we support other states in their time of need. >> dr. richard al corda hel eversee medical trauma. new jersey asked for help and got 6 ambulances and ems workers, many from baltimore city. the maryland crypts help -- crews helped 40 patients in 12 hors on the prs day. aid and need that was ready to step in as sandy side stepped us. >> we were prepared to be prepared for a direct hit. the blessing is we did not receive that. now we're able to use some of our own resources to support other states and part of our community in western maryland. >> crews that will continue that support until at least late next week. in baltimore,
to reopen charles north of penn station but the city is asking us to avoid the area whiled repairs continue. >>> weather wise a brisk and breezy kind of a delay. look at some of the peak wind gusts. in edgewood 38 miles an hour. kent island 335-67-8930 in cambridge. laurel a gust of 35. hickory 36. air temperature in hickory is 35. so this is milder than the weather we've seen. our nor'easter continues to pull out, still putting a little bit of winter weather through northern new england. under a clear sky a cold night that will end up with a frosty start. by midnight we're in the mid to upper 30s but a big warmup on tap. we got the details in a few minutes. >> first, it was the utility workers hiding north to help get the lights back on after superstorm sandy. now that people have power back on, a lot of the focus is to communication needs. this morning a caravan of 30 trucks left for perryville and headed to new jersey. >> we're expecting to see a lot of poles down, a lot of cables down. snow from the nor'easter. the road conditions may be tough, but these folks are built to hand this. >>
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